Tamar Eisen works as a Program Coordinator for Judicial Strategy at the Center for Reproductive Rights, where she works to advance and expand reproductive rights through research, case tracking, report writing, and legal analysis. In this role, she has authored several public web stories, articles, and reports on the courts and reproductive justice. Tamar previously worked as a Program Officer on the Gender, Women and Democracy team at the National Democratic Institute, where she managed global programs related to women's political participation and girls' civic education. In this role, she led all communications and created a podcast series featuring women in politics worldwide. She also published two articles on ensuring girls’ civic engagement after the pandemic and the impact of climate change on gender equity. Prior to this, Tamar was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to teach English to middle school girls in Kolkata, India. Tamar graduated from Northwestern University in 2017 with a B.S. in Social Policy, a minor in Global Health, and a Certificate in Civic Engagement. Tamar has volunteered as a health advocate at Planned Parenthood and has worked as a canvasser for several women political candidates in local, state, and federal elections.